Trump’s Former Chief Of Staff Heading To Nevada To Discuss Election Integrity

The fight for election integrity continues.

Trump’s former Chief of staff Mark Meadows announced that he will be traveling to Nevada to make sure “every legal vote is counted.”

From The Washington Examiner:

Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says he is heading to Nevada to talk about “election integrity.”

On Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast on Wednesday, Meadows said he plans to make the trip over the weekend to a state in which his old boss, former President Donald Trump, sought to overturn the results .

The goal, he said, is “to put together a plan in four counties out there to make sure that every vote — every legal vote is counted.” Meadows did not specify the four counties.

Meadows, a former congressman from North Carolina, is now a senior partner at the Conservative Partnership Institute.



Nevada was one of the states that came under fire during the 2020 election.

Peter Navarro’s analysis found over 100k Nevada votes in question.

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